Bloomberg OpinionFact: Every U.S. recession since the 1960s was preceded by a year or so by an inversion of the Treasury yield curve.
Not a fact: Because the yield curve inverted, the next recession must be on the way
Bloomberg OpinionNegative interest rates pose a direct threat to our bank accounts. In Switzerland and Denmark, the very wealthy are already being sanctioned.
How long before even lower balances are subject to monetary assault?
Bloomberg Opinion📉 The number of new international students coming to the U.S. for college is falling.
This is the first major drop in new foreign students since the security crackdown in the aftermath of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks
Bloomberg OpinionIn China, fake and dummy accounts represent as much as 40% of all active users.
While vigilance against future campaigns is warranted, paranoia about a Chinese propaganda onslaught is not
Bloomberg OpinionU.S. factory jobs aren't about to leave Asia and return home. The monthly salaries of factory workers there are pennies compared to wages in America:
Bloomberg OpinionPresident Trump claimed that last week’s sudden drop in long-term bond yields was all the Fed’s fault.
But nobody is buying it — the Fed is helpless to dispel fears about a deliberate policy of smashing world trade
It’s officially time to panic. (Or at least pay more attention.)
Bloomberg OpinionBetween June 11 and June 20 of this year, the Greenland Ice Sheet lost an estimated 80 billion tons of ice.
That’s an average of 8 billion tons every 24 hours for 10 days, a record warming event